After a one-day visit to Chung's vein, Thilawa province, there was mixed emotion, 40km away from Yangon (Myanmar's most developed city). right here, the monks gathering and educating about 400 orphans.
Thilawa is a province with a potential deep-water port and industrial zone in Myanmar shortly. At the moment, Thilawa is an amazing place attracting foreign investors’ attention when coming to Myanmar. However, Thilawa remains to enjoy a peaceful rural area with trees, fresh air, and a calm visitor feeling.
It’s so surprising and joyful when seeing funny eyes, transparent laughing of children aging 6 to 11/12 years old, their favorite food is ice-cream with syrup, and I remember that was the one I also enjoyed my during my primary school 30 years ago. Their play-game seesaw in pagoda ground is a stump of century-old tree laying solitarily.
BMB Myanmar office staff have enjoyed significant social activities; we appreciated that we received much more from the children about “innocence – unaffectedness – optimism,” and also silently admired monks who are had extraordinary energy to educate and take care of above 400 children.